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Old 05-05-2010, 02:43 AM   #7
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It's a problem with Ubuntu... I had the same problems... I just uninstalled it and then got the most current release using the instructions on the calibre site

I usually hate going outside of my apt sources, but calibre is moving so rapidly that I don't mind in this case.
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Only way to fix was to uninstall their package and use the instructions.
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What do you mean by using the instructions ? You mean I should remove the calibre package and ... ?
He is referring to uninstalling Ubuntu's Calibre package and following these instructions.
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